The Vulcan Bomber is the last airworthy flying example of Britain’s V-Force and was responsible for the bombing of the airfield at Port Stanley during the Falklands War. Even more remarkable the flying displays of the Vulcan Bomber today are carried out by the same pilot that carried out the bombing raid Captain Martin Withers DFC.
Avro Vulcan display at Bournemouth Air Show 2012
Currently the Vulcan Bomber has only one season left to display this iconic aircraft and they need £200,000 to do it. If you have have seen the Vulcan at an air show you will know the shivers it sends down your spine whilst watching this magnificent aircraft. If you havn’t seen it watch the video above at the Cosford Airshow 2014.
They need £200,000
for the 2015 Season
No worries you can still help by sharing with your friends or joining the conversation at #HelpTheVulcan.
Watch Captain Martin Withers DFC and the crew from inside the cockpit of the Vulcan
It takes more than just the pilots to keep this magnificent aircraft airworthy and safe for all of us to enjoy the spectacular air displays. Whilst it is a huge aircraft you will be very surprised at the size of the cockpit as we get an inside the cockpit view as the pilots perform their display.